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Free range chicken, zucchini grown by a family friend, yellow onion, seasoning from my cupboard(pinch of salt, pepper, tiny bit of garlic, parsley, celery seed, and a hint of rosemary)
if anyone is looking for a non spicy, low calorie spread to put on meats, tzatziki sauce is great
I wake up so early for work that I've been skipping a true breakfast for the last year
I should probably step it up.
It's my favorite meal, too.
Eggs, bacon, oats, etc.
I'll prep some cold oats tonight 😎
@Rogue I bought a few pounds of bacon the other day and had to eat it all quickly before going out of town, so I baked all of it and kept it in the fridge. Tasted fine cold
Just eat it for breakfast
Just 👏 eat 👏 it
@missliterallywho red pill me on this paleo baking you speak of
Gotcha, I’m looking up paleo baking recipes, and they remind me of some stuff my wife and I would make when we were vegans
For example: https://paleogrubs.com/banana-bread-recipe
Here’s a good one you should try: https://www.google.com/amp/s/munchies.vice.com/amp/en_us/article/3d4mgk/vegan-blueberry-muffins
I got a nice recipe for a Cauliflower soup that im going to post when I get log back into my laptop
10 slices of bacon, 2 large heads of cauliflower, 4 cups of chicken broth, 1 and 1/3 cup yellow onion , 3 garlic cloves pressed, 1/2 stick of butter, 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese, 1 cup of heavy whipping cream, salt and pepper,.......Also for a little extra flavor add spinach, Broccoli, portabella mushrooms, ,carrots and 1/4 cup of green onions.
step 1) fry bacon than put it into a paper towel to cool and step aside
step2) fill slow cooker with chop cauliflower and assorted vegetables listed above
step3) fill slow cooker with 4 cups of chicken broth plus add the half of stick of butter cook on high for 4 hours or on low for 8 hours
step 4) once the 4 or 8 hours is up set slow cooker to low and smash the vegetables in the slow cooker until you get a smooth consistency
step5) add the bacon, cheddar cheese and heavy whipping cream stir until the cheese has melted set slow cooker to warm and serve 😃
Authentic Swedish Pancake recipe from Grandma Jewell.
So I've got myself a small grill and have been fun playing around with it, but I don't know all that much. What cuts of meat are good/cheap, and what are some healthy and creative things I could grill up?
@Ben Rainsford - OH chicken or steak stir fry is a good healthy easy cheap and tasty one, but I’m sure google can help you find good/cheap recipes
Came up with and tried a keto smoothie recipes today.
12 conventional ice cubes
1 avacado (remove pit ofc)
~1 scoop of lemonade/ice tea BCAA mix
Heavy whipping cream.
It was really good, made 3 small cups. ~7 net carbs for the entire batch
Cheaper, healthier and more huwyte than going to one of those asian bona tea places
You could substitute whey Protein powder for the BCAA, too
Update. Used protein powder instead of BCAA. Much better.
I made this
I just found canned pears for 25 cents a can. What can I do with a shitload of pears?
I understand I'm not really saving money buying something I don't need on sale, so will this help me make dinner in any way?
unfortunately I can't fit livestock into my mobile home
Is there any real (non dessert) food involving pears?
I once had sliced (fresh) pears on a pizza. But that doesn't help you
ya if you're a keto cultist
(which I am)
I ended up buying them. I'm gonna eat them when I get off keto. Since they're in cans it shouldn't be an issue.
> having cheat days
I think there's a difference between a cheat day and strategically carbing up
From my understanding, a cheat day is just something done when people are too weak to handle their diet, while their could be legitimate reasons why someone would refill on carbs periodically.
I've personally never refilled on carbs, but I'm not planning to be on keto for some crazy amount of time.
Or when your early Alzheimer's mom doesn't understand/remember your diet at family dinners and you can't bear to insult her by not eating...
Ya, when I'm at someone's house and they offer me food with carbs I usually just try to avoid the carbs but still eat it
about the extent of my culinary ability
@Deleted User if you put a smashed clove of garlic and/ or a chicken or beef bullion cube in your rice as it boils, it adds a ton of flavor.
ooh sounds good
@Deleted User thanks for the tip. My parents were always very health conscious growing up, so my cooking is pretty bland
When I lived with Puerto Ricans, I was blown away by all the little tricks
Okay, just looking through some of the recent posts, and I might be the only one here who does this, but you guys should try sautéing apples, dates, and /or pears with some coconut oil, curry powder and cinnamon. This is actually the basis of just about everything I cook, although with some things I will add acv, umeboshi plum paste, cayenne, salt and pepper. If I'm making soup, which I do regularly, I will cook vegetables this way and then throw them in the blender with hot water and coconut milk powder.
Use medium low heat
Takes about 5-7 minutes to cook apples out of the fridge, chopped into thirds 3x (27 pieces). I eat everything but the stem.
Not sure about pear seeds, but apple seeds are very good for cancer
Most phytonutrients are in the parts people throw away. For example, if you make a smoothie with an avocado, throw the pit in there. It's very nutritious and you will hardly notice it's there as long as you run the blender for a couple minutes.
Which reminds me : avoid cold foods and drinks as much as possible. They slow down digestion. If you make smoothies, it's a good idea to throw in some fresh ginger to aid digestion. I could go on for a while, but I'll stop there. If you want to know what foods are good for specific diseases or chronic conditions, tag me and I should be able to help.
By the way, unless you're totally destitute, I'd advise against buying anything in a can. Pretty much any other preservation method is better than canning.
We should not be buying food from the Beast if we can help it. Local farmers ftw
I really appreciate it
What did everyone make today for their thanksgiving meals?
I was in charge of the sweet potato casserole, green bean casserole and I also made brussel sprouts
I took out trash and did dishes. 😑
Not exactly glamorous but still necessary duties @Wood-Ape - OK/MN lol
I served as sou chef a lot actually which is more than I usually do. Stuffed the mushrooms, peeled taters and apples, and prepared appetizers
what is the simplest way I could cook Turkey?
I got one for free and I don't know what to do with it
Take the gizzards,neck,etc out of both ends. Once you make sure it has defrosted completely. Rinse off. Stick gobs of butter in between skin and meat,especially around breast area. Season with basic salt,pepper,garlic,etc. Put breast side down for most hours,basting every half hour,hour, let go for like 4hrs,depending on pounds of Turkey, flip back over the last 2 hours,continue basting...
Also depends on pounds of Turkey, say if like a 20lb turkey.
Yes,have always stuffed mass amounts of butter between skin,makes a huge,succulent difference.
Also fresh chopped garlic us good too
My uncle made his own Kane's seasonings that i use alot too.
Have always cooked breast down for years too,turnes out more tender and juicy that way.
Thanks a lot
baste and redpilled as well
Lol you bet!
Is it worth getting an actual cook book?
My parents had a cool one that they never used
Yes they do help
For reference to check back on at least
Better Homes new cook book,usually found as good basic one to always have on hand
Yes,its a must and best way to do
The cook book my dad had was this really old one
It was pretty cool
like from Soviet times
"Fill the turkey with aromatics like chopped onions, carrots, apples and herbs"
is there any other fruits and vegetables that are good for this?
that sounds less fun
cringe and bluepilled
I don't like to fill mine with anything either,otherwise its a pain in the butt and sometimes the stuffing isn't all that great either.
A heavier pan is usually the best too,a good roasting pan with a rack,you can buy at department stores,etc.
Ya,buying a good decent one for like $20,$30 is worth it. Think I got 1 long ago at Kohl's, then daughter got me better 1 later. Good 1 with handles and rack,big difference.
How do you put butter under the skin?
Just cut off little pieces and shove them in there?
Yes cut off multiple pieces,its easier if its been sitting out softening for awhile. Put in plenty to cover the whole spread of breast ,thighs,etc
Sometimes I just use my hands and stick in gobs between the skin
hot buttered rum recipes, anyone?
What is hot buttered rum
^and where can I get some
nectar of the gods
Chocolate coated Rum balls.
We are using dark chocolate instead of sprinkles.
Chocolate berry trifle.
She won't give me the recipe. Sorry.
Spent a couple extra bucks for a really good quality roast, worth it
Perfect on these cold winter days! Funny, as I also bought a roast to make for dinner tonight, sounded good. And now I remember why I don't buy as much. My daughter came home for a lil bit,so gonna make before she has to go back.
Just finished making kraut burgers 👌🇩🇪
@DCViking I'm not sure what a bierock is, but I know these as kraut burgers. Burger, cabbage, onion spooned into dough, wrapped up and put in the oven.
Yep, same thing. One of my favorite foods 👍🏻
What's a relatively easy way to cook Pork Steak?
I'm a poor college student so I don't have any special ingrediants
<@&403278635898765325> academics pls respond
if u got butter n' seasonings that's all it takes lad
just with a pan?
or do I put it in the oven like with a regular steak?
you cook steak in the oven?
you should try it
you're supposed to fry it and then stick it in, right?
idk I've only bought steak once in my life
I'm not a member of the bourgeoisie
never thought about using the broiler on steak
it's a great substitute for a grill
@Jacob if you're an absolute beginner, start with learning how to make like 3-5 dishes well, and expanding.
that sounds like a good idea
Make spinach artichoke dip I made that for a party I hosted and the ladies loved it
You can never go wrong with a spinach dip,that's for sure
Also if you are a poor college kid just rely on butter salt pepper and garlic. Those are the most important Ingried Kent’s to make things taste good.
I still do that
Pan searing is a great simple way to make steaks on a stove, but it's a bit of an artform getting it right. I've destroyed a few good steaks. Also be prepared for some smoke.
Smoke may result from having your oil/butter too hot, or the steak itself meaning you need some oil/butter
if you start to see it just dial back the heat a tad
Yeah it's a balance though because you want your pan nice and hot. Once you figure out your stove its pretty easy.
Broiling is also an option for steak without a grill.
Have a nice chefs pan for cooking steak on the stove makes a difference
Use a high smoke point oil to start the sear. Then after you've developed a good crust, add a few tablespoons of butter, garlic, and thyme and use a spoon to base the steak. Medium high heat on most stove tops should do the trick just dont over brown the butter.
Just did this tonight. Great tip. You should be some kind of chef or something @Arvon
Thats what im trained for, taking classics into the ethnostate.
The GF keeps out doing herself.
Anyone cooking anything for Valentine's Day?
Got a request to post some low cost recipes in this server, so here’s a couple recipes
Beef and noodles (8 servings, 25 dollars)
Im not entirely specifying measurements simply because people prefer this in so many different ways, but here’s the basic run down. You’ll need a crock pot for this also.
-1 two-four pound rump roast, or similar cut.
-half a stick of butter
-1 1/2 - 2 cups of sour cream
-4-6 cans of cream of mushroom
-3 bags of wide Amish egg noodles. It’s important to get this specific type of noodle, because other noodles will get mushy when stored for more than a couple days.
-salt and pepper to taste
Put the entire rump roast in a crock pot on high for 6 hours, or low for 8 (I recommend low, it’s more tender)
When done, shred roast with two forks, removing any excessive fatty bits.
Cook egg noodles in separate pot until soft, when done, add into crock pot with beef and all other ingredients, stir thoroughly.
In my experience, these can last for about a week. Which is perfect, since there are 8 servings, one person can eat this for dinner for a whole week (that’s about 3$ per dinner!)
And it’s fantastically savory, and great for high energy work. I’ve been eating this all winter lately.
Next recipe -
Simple roast and vegetables (23$ 6 servings)
Though I’m not as big of a fan of this as I am beef and noodles, it’s still a nice way to get in those veggie servings, and is Lower calorie.
-1 two to four pound roast
-1 bag of small golden potatoes
-1 bunch of celery
-2 sweet onions
-2 boxes of beef broth
This is very simple. Peel potatoes and carrots, cut all veggies. Put roast in crock pot, then add veggies and broth.
Let simmer on high for 6 hours or low for 8.
This recipe doesn’t conserve as well as the beef and noodles, expect this to last 5-6 days.
I made a 3 pound roast with onions, potatoes and carrots. Cost me like $15
@everyone Let's breath a little life into this server. ** What is your favorite meal to make and why?**
For me, it would have to be savory German Style Crepes. They are a bit thicker than French style crepes which are thinner and generally filled with sweet things (jams, jellies, nutella, powdered sugar on top). I have heard them referred to as "German Omelets" before as well. Typically I fill them with onions and cheese, sometimes mushrooms, sometimes even ham.
I like them because they are easy to make, they require only eggs, milk, water, flour salt and butter plus fillings, I almost always have the ingredients on hand (especially if I used powdered milk) and because they remind me of my childhood. Both my German Grandmother and my mother used to make them following a recipe similar to this one.
Probably British bangers and mash
I usually cook real simple, but I have a mean recipe for goulash. I'll post it later on.
Steak. One ingredient.
Beef stews are a favorite of mine
epic, but WHY do yall like making this stuff? Convenience, taste, memories, the challenge, something else?
I was told once not to use any seasonings on steak until it was off the grill, for fear that it would dry the meat. Thoughts?
I haven’t heard that. I usually coat it with salt and pepper and lime juice 30 ish minutes before I cook and it doesn’t get dry
I've seen many cooking vids that say salt and seasoning help with water retention
I’ve got the pizza and hot sauce game on lock down.
I can make pizza crust that rivals these best.
Get that oven to 500 degrees and I’ll blow your mind.
Chili + spaghetti for childhood nostalgia reasons.
I don't cook much, but I quite enjoy making borsch. It takes awhile so its kinda relaxing, plus I usually have friends or family over whenever I make it.
Pierogies are also great because they take less than 10 minutes to cook and taste incredible.
@Mojave Paisan - NV Never had a good pierogi until this year. Now I understand why people like them.
I go back n forth between steaks,chicken,fish when able. Yes the key to alot that makes it so tasty is seasonings,I always enjoy using various spices. And of coarse veggies too.
When in a hurry,don't have time to chop onions,etc throw some spices in,be creative,play with it,see what works,what sounds good. Also i always put a lil water in my pyrex dish when cooking chicken so its doesn't dry out. 350° 1hr,30min. Thow together some veggies,your good😉
Also after putting on foil,sometimes poke holes to help vent it properly.
my autism gets triggered when people use "pierogi" as singular
it's plural niBBas
I’ve got a super easy go-to meal for the slow cooker, easily made /fit/ friendly as well
Slow Cooker Salsa Chicken
2 lb boneless skinless chicken (breast or thigh)
2 jars salsa
1 can black beans
1 can yellow corn
1 brick cream cheese, (non fat, 1/2 fat or full) doesn’t matter.
Put chicken in slow cooker, cover with salsa, beans and corn. Cook on high for 3-4 hours or low for 4-5. About 30 mins before done, pull chicken out and shred, return to slow cooker and add cream cheese. Once cheese is melted, stir thoroughly and enjoy.
Protip- take the cream cheese out of fridge to soften for an hour or 2 before shredding the chicken, it’ll melt a lot faster and mix more easily.
I have eat at least one pierogi with every meal
@Jacob We've appropriated your culture into English.
But seriously, it just feels to say pierogi in English when referring to multiple of them.
nice to see this server/channel being utilized more.
i'd love to break in the new kitchen with some suggestions from everyone
I’ve always enjoyed making meatballs, standard ground beef, spices, etc. but when forming them I take bits of mozzarella and place them in the centers. Bake in a Pyrex dish with foil on the bottom to keep all that delicious fat and cheese in. Goes well with any pasta
I make a lot of borsch. Start off with two pounds of pork, and boil it while you make the rest of the dish. Scoop the fat off while cooking. Add four sliced potatos after 45 minutes. In the meantime, mix chopped carrots with chopped beets in one pan, and diced tomatoes with sliced onions in another. Use enought to fill the pans. Add butter, tomato paste, and olive oil to the pans. Once cooked, add them into the pot after 90 minutes after you started cooking it. Lastly, chop up half a cabbage and add it. Should be good for 3-4 meals.
My GF is making crumb chicken tonight. I'm sure glad I imported her from Australia.
She's living with you?
No she's staying in an appartment my aunt owns.
She's yelling at me to stop trying to take pictures.
I'm telling her that she doesn't need to cook enough for an army.
That’s awesome. I always like leftovers.
Homemade garlic sundried tomato seen crackers topped with spinach dip
@Der Seeteufel - SDHappy for you. Be greatful she overcooks,she was obviously raised right. I was raised to always cook more than enough. Most traditional women are. Its the hard part later of trying to not do so much later in life. She's obviously very happy & this makes her feel good,taking care of her man. Really sounds like ya got a great keeper for life! Way to go!😉👌
Ha ha. She sure was raised right. I went out to shovel my driveway and I came back in to her cleaning my whole kitchen.
I was introducing her to Bob Ross's painting show which she really liked and I figured she would just watch TV until I was done.
She is trying very hard to make the best with you,you can see that. Truly wish you 2 the best😉
Liver pate making!
Looks good. Usually not a fan,but bet that is good. My dad loves liver & onions.
I can only enjoy liver in the form of pate. On crackers.
I see it as kindof a multi vitamin
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